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Although there are speed efficiencies that can be achieved by successfully digitizing the enterprise, the competitive advantages will be gained by achieving a new level of process understanding that can be leveraged to produce at a higher quality, in shorter time, at lower cost.
In this blog, we discuss how the challenges associated with replicating a ‘golden batch’ are often rooted in not having a manufacturing system that can recreate the exact conditions that produced the ‘golden batch’. Read on to learn how a machine learning batch analytics platform addresses these challenges.
Join batch manufacturing expert Dennis Brandl to understand the existing challenges and the opportunities offered by digitalization; and learn how Quartic’s Batch Analytics application uses machine-learning-enabled MVDA to identify the root causes of variability and deploy resulting predictive models, to continually optimize your batch performance.
With supply chain disruptions and the increasing pace of new product introductions, variability has almost become a constant for process manufacturers. In this blog series, Rajiv Anand, founder, and CEO of Quartic.ai discusses how to embrace variability to build an agile manufacturing enterprise.